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International Journal of Ecodynamics, Volume 1, Issue 4

International Journal of Ecodynamics, Volume 1, Issue 4


Print ISSN: 1743-5242


Electronic ISSN: 1743-5250

A brief tale on how chemical oscillations became popular: an interview with Anatol Zhabotinsky

Author(s): A. Zhabotinsky, F. Rossi

Pages: 3 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 323 - 326

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A novel method for electromagnetic dosimetry related to human exposure from short-range devices

Author(s): D. Šimunić, D. Zrno

Pages: 11 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 327 - 338

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Order and chaos in the natural world: Exploring and understanding variability in the lagoon of venice

Author(s): C. Solidoro, R. Pastres, G. Cossarini, D. Melaku Canu, S. Ciavatta

Pages: 8 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 339 - 347

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Economic analysis of risk and management of pest or disease incursions

Author(s): L. Cao, N. Klijn

Pages: 12 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 348 - 360

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Conductometric and calorimetric studies of serially diluted and agitated solutions: The dependence of intensive parameters on volume

Author(s): V. Elia, L. Elia, E. Napoli, M. Niccoli

Pages: 11 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 361 - 372

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Cascading thresholds to heteroclinicity in an ecosystem model

Author(s): J. Vandermeer

Pages: 6 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 373 - 379

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The character of earth history

Author(s): W. Alvarez, E. Tavarnelli

Pages: 8 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 380 - 388

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International Journal of Ecodynamics

Print ISSN: 1743-5242


Electronic ISSN: 1743-5250

An international forum for interdisciplinary communication on ecological systems

International Journal of Ecodynamics relates ecosystems to evolutionary thermodynamics in order to arrive at sustainable development solutions. The objective of the journal is to encourage and facilitate interdisciplinary communication between scientists, engineers, economists, and other professionals working on ecological systems.